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EuroVelo 8

Sparkling emerald seas, kilometres of golden sand, mysterious islands, wonderful food, ancient cities…it’s not hard to find convincing reasons to travel along the Mediterranean! And what better way to do it then by bike along the roughly 5,900 km long Mediterranean Route? Admire for instance Granada’s Alhambra or Gaudi’s mind blowing architecture in Barcelona, feel the romance of Venice’s canals and Dubrovnik’s old town or pull your bike up alongside an inviting beach and just relax.

EuroVelo 8 connects many destinations that are popular tourist attractions in their own right: Barcelona, Monaco, Venice, the Croatian Coast, Cyprus – the list goes on.  It is little surprise therefore that the Mediterranean Route receives more interest than any other EuroVelo route.  And whilst many of it’s destinations are already internationally famous, there are still lots of undiscovered gems to be found along the way, not least in Albania and Montenegro. 

So what are you waiting for!

  • 5888 km long
  • 11countries
  • 23 World
    Heritage Sites
  • 712 Species of fish in
    the Mediterranean
  • Art cities
  • Natural heritage
  • Religious heritage
  • Maritime heritage
  • Mediterranean Sea
  • World Heritage Sites (UNESCO)
  • Mediterranean diet
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Discovery of the French and Spanish sections of EuroVelo 8 - Mediterranean route

As cold, dark winter is setting in across much of Europe, maybe you are daydreaming about going to a warm place for the holidays by bike? Why don’t you go to the south of France or Spain to cycle along the EuroVelo 8 – Mediterranean route? If you are not convinced yet, you will be after having watched these two videos.

Read more Nov 29, 2017

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